Anyone ever fingerprinted due to charges filed, whether convicted or not, most likely has a criminal arrest record unless the charges were expunged. A criminal record can be expunged for example if: the ARD program was completed, the charges were dismissed or the person was found not guilty, more than 5 years have passed since a conviction for a summary offense, or more than 10 years have passed since the conviction for many misdemeanor offenses. If your case fits one of these examples, call Stroudsburg and Scranton Criminal Defense Attorney Robert J. Munley to discuss a possible expungement.

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Mr. Bob Munley is an extraordinary man who I was lucky enough to have represent me in my case last year. He is highly intelligent and cares for his clients on a more spiritual level. He works hard to get the best possible outcome. He was compassionate and helped me get through a very rough time in...


Attorney Robert Munley was a great choice for representation for my DUI case. He outlined the details and process with clarity and simplicity and was very easy to talk to. He prepared me for what was to come and advised the proper steps to take in order for things to go as smoothly as they possibly...


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